Sanjay Chouhan, a well-known writer, died on January 12. He has directed films such as I Am Kalam and Paan Singh Tomar to his credit. The Bollywood industry has received some bad news. Sanjay Chouhan, a film writer, has died. At the age of 62, the writer said his final farewell to the world. Sanjay Chauhan’s death has shattered his entire family. He died on the last day of the year, January 12, in a hospital in Mumbai. For a long time, the author suffered from liver disease.
The news of Sanjay Chauhan’s death has depressed the entire industry.
In his career, Sanjay Chauhan has written many great films. Apart from the film Paan Singh Tomar, the names of many other films, such as I Am Kalam, are included. Sanjay Chauhan has also co-written the Saheb Biwi Gangster films with Tigmanshu Dhulia. Everyone has seen his work in film form. His wife and daughter survive him, but he is now alone. His last rites are expected to be performed today at 12:30 p.m.
Sanjay Chauhan received a lot of praise for his outstanding work. He also received the Filmfare Award for Best Story for his own film, I Am Kalam, which was released in 2011. Sanjay Chauhan was born in Bhopal, according to available information. He also attended classes in Bhopal. The author’s father used to work for Indian Railways. His mother, on the other hand, was a teaser.
He grew up in Bhopal
Sanjay Chauhan has written television series in addition to films. In the 1990s, he wrote the story for Sony Television’s crime drama Bhanwar. He then relocated to Mumbai. Where he gave his career new wings.
Sanjay Chouhan grew up in Bhopal and began his career as a journalist in Delhi. He relocated to Mumbai after writing the crime-based TV series Bhanwar, which aired on Sony TV in the late 1990s.